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100-105 Part 9: Network Management

Answers: CLI Passwords 2

Answers: CLI Passwords 2

🕔12:05, 7.Nov 2015   Do you know how to configure local usernames, and enable their use for login security on a Cisco router? No more sharing the same login password among all the network engineers. If you want some quick practice, go back Read Full Article
CLI Passwords 2

CLI Passwords 2

🕔12:05, 5.Nov 2015 The simplest way to protect the CLI uses passwords shared by all, rather than a per-user username and password. Using a per-user login method improves security. The easiest option for using per-user logins in a Cisco lab is to configure Read Full Article
Answers: CLI Passwords 1

Answers: CLI Passwords 1

🕔12:05, 12.Sep 2015 Protect the console. Protect Telnet. And protect enable mode. All basic tasks, and all a useful and necessary starting point for learning about security for Cisco devices. This lab shows the answer for the related password lab. As always, first Read Full Article
CLI Passwords 1

CLI Passwords 1

🕔12:05, 9.Sep 2015 Protecting access to the CLI of Cisco routers and switches starts with basic password security. From there, you can move on to use per-user login security that requires both a username and password, whether using locally-configured username/password pairs or whether Read Full Article
Password Config: Answer

Password Config: Answer

🕔09:05, 17.Apr 2015 Here's the letter answer and explanation for last week's CCENT passwords question, below the fold as usual to hide the answer. Follow up as needed. Thanks! Answer: D This question hinges on two key points. First, switches (and routers) never Read Full Article
Password Config Question

Password Config Question

🕔09:05, 14.Apr 2015 Here's a new CCENT question to consider. It's a bit long to read, but it reviews some unrelated concepts, so hopefully the length won't get in the way. As usual, if you post ideas, leave out your answer letters from Read Full Article
Config Museum: SSH Config

Config Museum: SSH Config

🕔09:32, 2.Aug 2012 Today’s post gives you another 10 minute config lab exercise, this time with SSH. Just like the previous lab post, this one starts with a cleanly-wiped router config (except hostnames), to making that one router being ready for SSH. As usual with Read Full Article
Telnet Config

Telnet Config

🕔07:00, 24.Jul 2012 Today’s post takes us from a cleanly wiped router config (except hostnames), to one router being ready for Telnet support. As usual, you can do the lab on paper or in a text editor in just a few minutes. ICND1 Official Read Full Article

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